I am a visual artist and art historian with a feminist approach and archival practices. I define myself as an immigrant based in NY city. I was born in Bogotá-Colombia, I lived a part of my life in Mexico City. My work aims to rescue or point out the memories, the knowledge, and the bodies hidden in the processes of writing history. I define my artistic practices under the concept of "activist fabrics," where the textile are devices of feminist political action. Traditionally, women have inherited knowledge through words and teaching in everyday spaces such as the kitchen or sewing. I am interested in pointing out daily activities and spaces, such as food, decoration and family care, as places to rescue stories connected with events of great magnitude.